Time Vector
David Barwacz
© 2003 David Barwacz


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Allowing time to be a vector and conserving space time distance leads to some interesting and often simpler explanations for some observed physical phenomenon. Click the introduction link for a synopsis. Anyone wishing a link to or publication of a paper in which time is treated as directional please email me. A prelude I have added this prelude because many readers have had conceptual problems with the treatment of time in the papers that follow. PDF Linear Motion in SpaceTime, the Dirac Matrices, In this paper, I show that by treating time as a vector, one can develop a space time geometry from which the Lorentz transforms can be derived. The geometry results in a space time "gap". At first this gap was troubling but I later found that by filling this gap with the proper choice of vectors leads to a simple geometric explanation of the Dirac Matrices. This paper has been accepted for publication and should appear in print in 2006. Linear Motion The Equations of Motion In this paper, I develop the Lagrangian equation of motion from the previously developed geometry. The method used in this paper is much simpler than the common minimization of the action integral. Equations of Motion Velocity addition in Space/Time Velocity A Simple Relativistic Formula for the Hydrogen atom In this paper, I lend some credibility to the first paper by using the concepts presented therein to develop a trigonometric formula for Lyman series for hydrogen. Simple H Reconciling Vector and Scalar Energy In this paper I will reconcile the vector energy equations developed previously with the common notion energy as a scalar. Vector Scalar Energy More on the hydrogen atom In this paper I develop the form of the Dirac energy equation for hydrogen from the previously developed geometry. No differential equations used. Advanced Hydrogen Compton de Broglie relationship Quantum Waves Cyclic SpaceTime In this paper, I propose that the total magnitude of the vector combination of space and time is a constant. Time can only advance if space shrinks. The cycle time is inversely proportional to the total energy. From these assumptions I will clearly explain intrinsic spin and quantum mechanics. A earlier version of the material to be presented in the above paper can be found in an original document. Cyclic space time Gravity and the Mond equation In this paper I will use the concepts proposed in the proceeding papers to develop both an explanation of gravity as well as a modified version of Newton's Law. The formula developed will eliminate the need for the assumptions of dark matter. Gravity The Hubble formula and Doppler anomalies In this paper I will use the concepts proposed in the proceeding papers clearly explain both the Hubble formula and the Doppler anomalies observed on all distant space probes. A earlier version of the material to be presented in the above paper can be found in an original document. Cyclic space time Orbital precession without GR PDF
